Patience

Nobody can argue to benefits of being patient.

When your kids start screaming, be patient. When your partners are unreasonable, be patient. When your friends and colleagues are late for their appointment with us, be patient. Be kind. Be understanding. Be nice.

But it’s easy to forget that to be patient is one thing. The other thing is to take care of the underlying factors that are causing the need for us to be patient at those very circumstances.

Patience could easily understood as sweeping the dirt under the carpet. Someday, things will reach a boiling point and will most probably result in an outcome that could be detrimentally irrevocable.

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